Question about Ford Explorer Sport
Sounds electrical (ignition). Guess would be that the high-voltage coil has a crack in it (maybe inside). When it heats up, the crack expands and - it stops working until it cools back down. Try a junk yard replacement. I bet that works!!
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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